1993 Fate Magazine
HERBS & HEIRLOOMS, INC.
1709 So. 4th St.             Terre Haute, IN 47802

Serving The Wabash Valley From
Terre Haute, Indiana Since 1994


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This website is for the customers who shop in our brick and mortar store in Terre Haute, IN.
We are constantly adding new products and have many additional unique items that are not listed on this website.
If you have never visited our shop or haven't visited in a while, come in and browse, you will find it's worth the trip.


A Fairy Tale Postcard
by
Dorothy Wheeler
Fate Magazine 2006
Fairy


Faeries


Faery
Celtic Fairie
Fairy Flutes Postcard
by
Dorothy Wheeler


This is a partial listing of our fairy items. Many of the items at Herbs and Heirlooms are unique and are of limited availability.
Our inventory of statues is constantly changing, so be sure and come into the store for the best selection and to see what's new.


Rose Faerie
Morning Glory Faerie
Hibiscus Faerie
Mushroom Fairy With LED Light
Standing Butterfly
Fairy Princess
Sitting
Butterfly Fairy Princess


Fairy Kneeling On A Leaf Alongside A Butterfly
Fairy Kneeling On A Leaf Holding A Butterfly
Kneeling Fairy Alongside
A Flower
Kneeling Fairy Holding
A Flower

Jack In The Pulpit Fairy Pennant
Iris Fairy Pennant
Rose Fairy Pennant


Sterling Silver Fairy Pendant
Fairy Oil Bottle
Small Fairy Charm
Art Nouveau Style Fairy
Fairy Aromatherpy Locket With Essential Oil & Pads


Fairy Blank Book of Shadows With Ink Pen
Fairy Blank Book of Shadows


Tarot Decks
Mystic Faerie Tarot Deck & Book
Faerie Wisdom Book and Card Set
Mini Fairy Tarot Deck
Faery Wicca Tarot

Tarot of the Celtic Fairies


Live Your Dream Magnet
Sometimes You Don't Know Whether....      Magnet

Purple Glass Fairy Ash Catcher
FES
Fairy Lantern Flower Essence


More Faerie Items Are Hiding Around The Store.



Vintage Postcard (ca. 1922)

Where The Rainbow Ends.........The Will-0' the Wisp

Although Will-o'-the-Wisps are flickering flames seen over swamps, marshes and bogs,
thought to be a product of escaping methane gas, folklore has long associated this phenomenon
with fairies, leprechauns, goblins, and pixies. The main theme of these folklores is that the will-o'-the wisp will lure travelers
 away from the safe and reliable route, and into the bogs with glowing lights and/or uncanny sounds.
Then they will extinguish their light, and let out a malicious laugh, leaving the poor traveler a long way from home,
standing in pitch darkness in the middle of a bog or swamp.


Updated 10/19/2016


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